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Discussing about the diamond ring setting


Once we have decided on a diamond, you’ll need to select a setting. I mean, diamonds are beautiful, but what good are they unless you can wear them? There are three basic types of ring setting: The Tiffany Setting, Bridal Sets, and Diamond Wedding Ring.

Tiffany – The Tiffany Setting, named after the famed jeweler Louis C. Tiffany, is a simple, elegant setting that lets the diamond be the star of the show and be in the spot light. In a Tiffany Setting, the stone is held by four to six prongs, depending on the shape of the diamond.

Bridal Sets – The bridal set is a personal favorite. It consists of an engagement ring and a wedding band made to fit together to look like one ring.

Diamond Wedding Rings – The diamond wedding ring is large enough to be worn by it, and can serve as the engagement ring and the wedding ring all in one. In many of these settings there is a main diamond surrounded by several smaller stones.

Of course, diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and other colored stones are pretty good pals, too! Many women like to surround their diamonds with colored gems, or vice-versa, and your true love might like her diamond accented with her birthstone. There are some stunning combinations of diamonds and other precious stones.

Most engagement rings and wedding bands are made of gold. Pure gold is stamped 24K, which means it has not been mixed with any other metals. We don’t use 24K for jewelry it’s too soft, and will bend too easily. 18K gold is 75 percent pure gold. Other metals such as copper, zinc, or nickel have been added for strength; 14K gold is 58.5 percent pure gold and 41.5 percent other metals for strength; 10K gold is mostly other metals and should not be considered for jewelry. Platinum is a rarer metal than gold, and somewhat harder for a jeweler to work with. As you might guess, this makes it more expensive than gold. It is stronger than gold and therefore holds the diamonds more securely.  

Now that you know what you’re looking for, and how to look, the next step is to determine where to shop for your diamond. Before we visit every jeweler in the area, we can try to find lots of jewelers in the Yellow Pages, under “Jewelers, Retail,” and also under “Diamonds.” Many merchants advertise in both places. You’ll see a variety of information in the advertisements. Some will only mention their lowest prices. Others will note that the jeweler is a “Graduate Gemoloist,” or they sell “GIA Certified” diamonds. To narrow down your search, limit it to jewelers who advertise their GIA and Gemologist credentials.

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